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Stokely Carmichael, Charlie Cobb, and Courtland Cox discuss civil rights and African Americans in politics. Discussing the philosophy of SNCC.
A sprawling conversation with R. Buckminster Fuller including his great aunt Margaret Fuller, future communication, the nature of work, human nature, and physics.
Peter Lyon discusses the book "Success Story: The Life and Times of S. S. McClure." Includes recitation of "Immortality" by William Jennings Bryan.
Socialist Party leader and Presbyterian minister Norman Thomas discusses social progress, his political views, and where society is headed with Studs Terkel. This is the final part of his interview.
Mr. Paulei talks with Studs about the air traffic controllers strike in 1980 and subsequent firing of over 1000 air traffic controllers. They discuss what a normal shift as an air traffic controller consists of, and the unions reasons for the strike in 1980.
Discussing the play "A solo song for Doc" by James Allan MacPherson and interviewing cast members of City Lit, Joseph Moore, Chuck Smith and Ernest Perry.
Interviewing Bob Edney, a strip-miner, while Studs was in Newburgh, Indiana.
Discussing the Equal Rights Amendment with Illinois Representative Susan Catania and political activists Clara Day and Margaret Klimkowski.
Poor people, politicians, guaranteed basic income and power are all among the topics that Robert Theobald covers to achieve a better world for mankind. Using the media better to sway the public's opinion, so that the politicians will vote in the masses' interests are all apart of Theobald's plan, too.
Charles Grant discusses painter George Bellows; also includes anecdotes about his life, including being the first passenger on an airplane and meeting Buffalo Bill. Captain Herbert Anderson's conversation begins at 34:44.
Carl and Hallie Foster talk about the good and the bad of Newburgh, Indiana. Having been a welder for most of his life, Carl Foster, reflects on the time he got sick while on the job. He had gotten cancer and had to be fed intravenously for six months. While he was out sick, the company did not compensate him. When asked about his hobby of growing banana trees, a true calm and passion takes over his personality, as noticed by Studs Terkel.